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Sail to Kornati islands, roam the ancient streets of Zadar or explore the Zrmanja canyon in kayak! Many towns with rich cultural-historical heritage, national parks and other natural beauties are quite close to Zaton. 


National parks

  • NP Kornati - unique group of 89 islands, islets and cliffs
  • NP Krka - Krka river with its 7 waterfalls is a natural karst phenomenon
  • NP Plitvice Lakes - 16 bigger and a few smaller lakes; the biggest waterfall having a height of 76m; one of Croatia's natural attractions on UNESCO's list
  • NP Paklenica - unique park where you have the feeling that the sea and mountains merge; rich forest area with deep canyons in the Velebit mountain with numerous caves and pits



  • Nin - the oldest Croatian royal town
  • Zadar - for centuries the capital city of Dalmatia, today the region's main center with rich cultural heritage of international importance
  • Trogir - small Romanesque city and harbor at the end of Kaštela bay that is on UNESCO's list because of its cultural and historical attractions
  • Split - the center of Middle Dalmatia with many cultural and monumental sights such as Diocletian's palace which is also on UNESCO's list



  • Modric Cave - the cave is 836 m long; completely untouched nature and one of the richest caves on the Mediterranean
  • Falcon Center - introduction to the world of prey birds
  • Zrmanja River - river boat ride and Dalmatian picnic
  • Canoeing
  • Rafting
  • Sea kayaking
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